Pigeon John Makes One Awesome Love Song In All The Roads (Video)

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Pigeon John is one of Hip-Hop’s more enigmatic figures. A veteran co-founder of L.A. Symphony, this Southern California MC/singer (Inglewood, to be exact) would also work with Quannum Projects in the mid-2000s, amassing a list of collaborators ranging from Murs, to Blackalicious, to RJD2, to J-Live, and so forth. A rapper whose often stayed close to the epicenter of relationship-based songs, Pigeon John makes incredibly good on new single, “All The Roads.”

With a tender and touching new visual, John further delves beyond his traditional Hip-Hop presentation, into a seemingly Peter Gabriel-influenced style of song and sound. Coming from such an important voice in the post-Good Life L.A. underground, this is some truly staggering progression:

As mainstream artists are praised for these kind of songs and visuals, how does this stand in the crowd?

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